Characteristics of childhood peanut allergy in the Australian Capital Territory, 1995 to 2007
Background: It is unknown whether clinical features of peanut allergy have changed in the past decade alongside possible increasing prevalence. Objective: The clinical features of peanut allergy over 13 years were examined with regard to age of onset, sex distribution, severity, and incidence. Methods: Retrospective study of 778 patients (age 4 months to 66 years) diagnosed with peanut allergy at a community-based specialist allergy practice in the Australian Capital Territory. Results: Most...[Show more]
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